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Bosnia 11 May: Tomislavgrad - Mostar

We woke up in the morning and expected a very easy day. We said goodbye to the mayor of Tomislavgrad. All day we ran slightly downhill from these mountains called Velebit.

As we continued there was not so much civilisation. People in this area usually speak Croatian because we are still very close to the border. All the way we were followed by 1 police car in the front and 1 after us.

While Frank was running, we enjoyed playing frisbee in a rocky area. Predrag has some ankle injury, and cannot run properly, but it is getting better. The landscape is interesting, imagine rocks and trees all around. Today we mostly ran in pairs.

At 11 o'clock we came to realise, that we are still very close to the Croatian boarder. It is because our route runs almost parallel to the border. At every stop we had friends - big golden green bugs. The first ceremony was at Posusje - 200 kids with the head-teacher and mayor of the town. Also, kids from the Red Cross ran with us. We gave them lots of autographs.

I especially liked the speech of one pupil - a girl. It was about the importance of peace and understanding between people. I felt it was from her own experience of war in this area. The teachers were surprised, because the kids were generally so quiet. Hercegovacka televizia: First time Bosnian version of WHR song.

Siroky breg - the best handball club in the country, All the best handball players come from this area. It was very hot - 34 degrees in the shade. And the ceremony was huge - something like 500 kids.

Martin gave a speech from a chair without microphone. Later, he gave a speech from the top of the car. Later, we had dinner with the mayor of the Mostar, Mostar is beautiful city under the mountains, like in the bowl.

In this city there was a line between muslims and croatians. and on this line we had ceremony with the local sports club. The symbol of Mostar is big famous bridge called Old bridge. This bridge connected Muslimsand Catholic worlds.

The Old bridge was destroyed during the war, and completely rebuilt 2 years ago. It is symbol of understanding between cultures . Late at night we enjoyed very nice ice cream and internet surfing as well.

Team Members:
Martin Leitner (Austria), Jana Chochlikova (Slovakia), Tatiana Chochlikova (Slovakia), Frank Foerster (Germany), Predrag Trkulja (Serbia), Petr Machacek (Czech Republic), Amur Basic (Czech republic), Vladimir Grabovac (Bosnia and Herzegowina), Dragan Pucar (Bosnia and Herzegowina), Larisa Vojnica (Croatia)

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